Plants and BEER

no1electronics no1electronics at no1electronics.homechoice.co.uk
Mon Jan 22 19:22:59 EST 2001


I think that the plant would die quickly because of the lack of oxygen in
the beer and the presence of a lot of organic material.
 Although beer contains carbon dioxide which plants need, the other stuff in
the beer would harm the plant. Perhaps a small amount of beer in the water
would be OK, but too much would be harmful,
 Regards From Tony Bassett   no1 at lightnet.co.uk

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"EP" <ericpman1 at hotmail.com> wrote in message
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> How well would a plant grow if its water supply was replaced with beer?
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> Would it be able to extract the water and minerals without the effects of
> alcohol?
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> Provided it could adapt to the new source of nutrition, would it be more
> resilient?
> Would it's leaves take longer to die?
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